• Sinus Infections Linked to Nasal Washing

    Added On : 22nd September 2012

    Using Tap Water in Neti Pots and Other Devices Tied to Tough-to-Treat Chronic Sinus Infections

    Read More
  • Mild Asthma Patients May Do OK...

    Added On : 25th September 2012

    Mild Asthma Patients May Do OK With Less Steroids

    Read More
  • Half of Pregnant Women, Newborns Risk Flu

    Added On : 30th September 2012

    Half of pregnant women don't get flu shots, putting themselves and their child at risk of severe flu.

    Read More
  • The New Test That Determines Your Risk...

    Added On : 14th October 2012

    peanutsThe New Test That Determines Your RiskĀ of a Deadly Allergic Reaction

    A new test to indicate which people are most at risk from life-threatening allergic reactions has been developed by British scientists.

    The procedure measures levels of an enzyme in the blood which is involved in allergic reactions that can cause potentially fatal anaphylactic shock.

    Medics hope the test could become the definitive, gold standard test for the diagnosis of severe allergic reactions across the world.

    One in three Britons suffers from an allergy and the number of cases is rising by five per cent every year.

    Read More
  • The 10 Worst Places for Fall Allergies in 2012

    Added On : 17th October 2012

    Some natives of Louisville, Ky., needn't be surprised if they're sneezing while reading this article. Their city tops the list this year as the worst place to live in the U.S. for fall allergies.

    Read More
  • Asthma Drug Shown to Stunt Growth

    Added On : 20th October 2012

    Children Who Use Inhaled Steroids Are Slightly Shorter as Adults

    Read More
  • Global Warming May Double Pollen by 2040

    Added On : 11th November 2012

    If you're allergic to pollen, brace yourself.

    Read More
  • Hormones in Menstrual Cycle 'Affect Asthma'

    Added On : 12th November 2012

    crampsA woman's menstrual cycle affects the severity of respiratory symptoms, potentially worsening conditions such as asthma, a study suggests.

    Norwegian researchers studied almost 4,000 women, and found worse symptoms around ovulation.

    Writing in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, they said it may be possible to adapt women's medication.

    Asthma UK said it could help women with asthma manage their condition better.

    All the women studied had regular menstrual cycles lasting 28 days or less, and none were taking hormonal contraceptives.

    Read More
  • Does Tamiflu Work? Questions Continue

    Added On : 19th November 2012

    Does the blockbuster flu drug Tamiflu really work?

    Read More
  • Food Allergies Linked to Pesticides

    Added On : 6th December 2012

    People exposed to higher levels of certain germ- and weed-killing chemicals may also be more likely to develop food allergies, a new study shows.

    Read More

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

  • Security Code*